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Hiding Divs from IE6

Thread began 11/03/2009 6:26 am by SPT | Last modified 11/03/2009 2:47 pm by SPT | 1716 views | 5 replies

SPT

Hiding Divs from IE6

Hello,
So I have a page built that displays correctly in all modern browsers. However in IE6 the right floated div does not float right and throws the page off.

If I could just hide the right and left columns from IE6 it would work fine.

I have tried several bug fixes but nothing works so far .
the page is :
test2.php

If it would layout correctly in IE6 with a fix/hack that would be great if not could I just make the right and left divs just not display?

I even tried using some php to redirect IE6 to a different page. I guess I did not insert the php correctly because I could never get it to work.

I would not even support IE6 but I know people who still use it...despite my recommendations.

Just so you know, I have spent hours trying stuff before asking.

Thanks!

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